Registration for undergraduate students for Intersession/Spring 2018 courses begins Friday, October 27, 2017. Specific registration dates for undergraduate students can be found here. Please note that students will receive their term Personal Identification Number (PIN) needed to register for Intersession/Spring 2018 courses during their pre-registration meeting with their academic advisor. Term PINs will activate on the date and at the exact time students are first allowed to register. Term PINs will remain activated until Friday, February 2, 2018 the last day to add classes for the Spring semester.
Students should select whether they are advised by the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Center, a departmental faculty member or if they are currently studying abroad for more detailed course registration information.
College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Centerplus or minus
Students advised in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Academic Advising Center will receive an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org in their University of Scranton e-mail account in late-September informing them to pick-up their course registration materials from the CAS Academic Advising Center located in St. Thomas Hall, room 209. The materials will include the student's scheduled pre-registration appointment date and time, a CAS Registration Form and a Curriculum and Program Planning (CAPP) Report. Students can also access their online CAPP Report through their student portal. Students are expected to pick-up their registration materials no later than Wednesday, October 11, 2017.
Students should consult the Course Schedule Search, their CAPP Report and their respective Program of Study (also found in the University Catalog) and fill out their CAS Registration Form to the best of their ability prior to their assigned pre-registration appointment. An example of a completed CAS Registration Form can be found here.
Departmental Faculty Advisorplus or minus
Students advised by a departmental faculty member will receive an e-mail from the Office of the Registrar and Academic Services pertaining to important course registration information in their University of Scranton e-mail account in mid-September. Students should pick-up a CAS Registration Form from the College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office, located in St. Thomas Hall, 208. Students should contact their faculty advisor and schedule an advising appointment prior to their registration date. A student's faculty advisor is listed on the upper left-hand side of their Curriculum and Program Planning (CAPP) Report. Students can access their online CAPP Report through their portal. Students can find their faculty advisor's office hours here. Students should consult the Course Schedule Search, their CAPP Report and their respective Program of Study (also found in the University Catalog) and fill out their CAS Registration Form to the best of their ability prior to their pre-registration appointment. An example of a completed CAS Registration Form can be found here.
Prior to registration, students should ensure there are no holds on their account and confirm term PIN access. A hold will prevent anyone from registering a student in classes. If there is a hold on a student's account, the student should identify which office placed the hold on their account in their student portal and contact the appropriate office. A student must meet with their faculty advisor to receive their term PIN.
Students Studying Abroadplus or minus
CAS students currently studying abroad need to e-mail their academic advisor with a list of the courses they are currently taking and the courses they would like to take in the upcoming semester(s). Students should consult the Course Schedule Search, their online CAPP Report and their respective Program of Study (also found in the University Catalog) to determine which courses are necessary.
Upon receipt of the e-mail, their advisor will review the course selections and contact the student regarding any changes if necessary. Once finalized, the faculty advisor will e-mail the student their term PIN, date and time of registration for their records. Students will have access to the course registration system any time after their regularly scheduled PIN activation time. A copy of the approval will also be sent to the College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office.
Using the e-mail from the academic advisor, the College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office will register the student into the courses.
If a student does not receive a response from their academic advisor, the student should e-mail their department chairperson. If the student still does not receive a response, the student should e-mail Mrs. Gina Butler, Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at email@example.com or Dr. Harry Dammer, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org.